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1 The employment of young people Making Surrey a better place

2 The employment of young people Key aims: to know that pupils need a work permit to work whilst at school to know at least five jobs this year group can do to consider health and safety Issues relevant to various jobs to know how to apply for a work permit to understand why there are laws about employment. Making Surrey a better place

3 Benefits of part time work money social skills work experience reference Making Surrey a better place

4 Up the chimneys? Making Surrey a better place

5 The law Restricts: the type of job and hours Makes: the employer responsible Says: no one under 13 may be employed Making Surrey a better place

6 Employers can be fined Making Surrey a better place

7 How many hours can I work? two hours on a school day five or eight hours on Saturday two hours on Sunday 12 hours a week in term time But remember not before 7am or after 7pm Making Surrey a better place

8 What work can I do? news delivery washing up shop work Making Surrey a better place waiting on tables office work hairdressing

9 What work can’t I do? pub/bar work cinema commercial kitchen refuse work milk delivery factory work Making Surrey a better place

10 What’s in the news? Making Surrey a better place

11 Risk assessment Making Surrey a better place

12 What do you need? Until the end of year 11 Making Surrey a better place

13 What are my rights? an hour break a safe working enviroment two weeks holiday (unpaid) no right to a minimum wage until you leave school £3.40 no sick pay no pension Making Surrey a better place

14 After year 11 Making Surrey a better place Minimum wage aged 16 and17 years = £3.68 per hour aged 18 to 20 years = £4.98 per hour aged 21 plus years = £6.68 per hour apprentices 16 to 19 years = £2.60 ph as at 1 April 2012

15 Income tax Making Surrey a better place What does it pay for? Who pays it? You can earn £8105 per annum before you pay tax How much? £8,105 to £42,475 = 20%

16 National insurance Making Surrey a better place receiving your national insurance number what if you don’t get one? – Job Centre liable for national insurance deductions when you reach 16 years of age threshold £139 per week – 12% charged (less if you join your employers pension scheme) what does this pay for - pension, job seekers allowance, national health service

17 Remember Your school work must not suffer Stay safe get a work permit Making Surrey a better place


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